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Supermicro 2029UZ-TN20R25M Review 2U Direct-Attach NVMe Storage

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In our Supermicro 2029UZ-TN20R25M review, we see how the 20x direct-attach NVMe SSD and 25GbE system performs with the new Intel Xeon Scalable refresh processors

Supermicro MegaDC Bridges Traditional and Hyper-Scale

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With an eye towards hyper-scale style deployments, the Supermciro MegaDC brings some OCP features such as OpenBMC and OCP NICs to traditional 19" racks

Supermicro IP65 Edge Servers for 5G Telco Poles Launched

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The new Supermicro IP65 Edge Servers are designed for 5G and being mounted on telco poles to minimize real estate impact of deploying edge servers

Supermicro 2049P-TN8R Review Optimized 4P Intel Xeon Scalable Server

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For scale-out 4-socket deployments, the Supermicro 2049P-TN8R is purpose-built to deliver high levels of efficiency while minimizing cost.

Supermicro AOC-S25G-i2S Review Dual Port 25GbE NIC

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The Supermicro AOC-S25G-i2S is a dual 25GbE SFP28 NIC based on the Intel XXV710 Ethernet controller and is designed to bring faster networking at a relatively low cost and power impact

Our Take on the Supermicro Green DC Push in 2019

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Wit the second annual Supermicro Data Centers and the Environment Report's release, we wanted to share a few thoughts on the survey findings

Supermicro X11SPM-TPF mATX Intel Xeon Scalable Motherboard Review

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Our Supermicro X11SPM-TPF review shows how this mATX Intel Xeon Scalable motherboard with 10GbE performs and why it is unique in the market

IDC 3Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker Shipments Slow Inspur Grows Again

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We discuss the IDC 3Q19 Quarterly Server Tracker numbers and show how Dell and HPE are leading with Inspur still rising quickly

Supermicro H11SSL-NC Rev 2 ATX AMD EPYC Motherboard Review

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Our Supermicro H11SSL-NC Rev 2 ATX AMD EPYC 7002 series motherboard review shows how this compact platform offers excellent deployment flexibility

Supermicro AMD EPYC GPU Server and Intel Nervana NNP-T Training Server...

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At SC19 Supermicro showed off two 4U accelerator systems. Supermicro showed off the AMD EPYC 7002 8x GPU server and a 8x Intel Nervana NNP-T server
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